Bernie Sanders Keeps Pushing His ‘Political Revolution’ Message, Speaking Appearances Sold Out

Bernie-sanders-franklin-nh-20150802-DSC02607 (19619885364)

Sen. Bernie Sanders is continuing to spread the word of his “political revolution.” He’s scheduled for a series of sold-out speaking appearances in the Boston area Friday. It was also confirmed this week that Sanders, who was beaten to the Democratic presidential nomination by Hillary Clinton in 2016, will headline the second annual “People’s Summit,” a…

Share This Post
Share on Facebook0Share on Google+1Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Reddit0Pin on Pinterest0Share on StumbleUpon0Share on LinkedIn0Digg thisShare on Yummly0Share on Tumblr0Buffer this pagePrint this pageEmail this to someone





Related News

  • U.S. Attorney General Addresses Violent Crime
  • A U.S. Airman, Who Is An Ordained Minister, Provides Safe Haven For Orphans
  • New NIH Research Results On Treatment Of ‘Central Nervous System Diseases’
  • Restaurant Owner In Northern California Sent To Prison For Harboring Illegal Aliens
  • US General, Curtis M. Scaparrotti, Concludes Counter-Violent Extremist Conference in Wiesbaden,Germany
  • Homeschooled Student Fulfills His Dream Of Being A U.S. Marine Corps Pilot
  • US Department Of Justice Fined An Oxygen Equipment Provider $11.4 Million For Violating ‘False Claims Act’
  • More Than One Third Of U.S. Adults ( 36.5 percent) Are Classified As Obese
  • U.S. Attorney General Addresses ‘Ethics And Compliance Initiative Conference’ In Washington ,DC
  • $2.5 Million High-Yield Investment Fraud, Six More Individuals Indicted
  • The ‘United States Border Patrol’ Is Hosting ‘Border Safety Initiative’, Educates Public In Dangers Of Illegal Border Crossing
  • Massachusetts-Based Portfolio Manager Accused Of Diverting At Least $1.95 Million To His Personal Brokerage Account
  • Border Fences May Keep The Enemy Out, But What Do You Do When The Enemy Is Already Inside Your Gates?
  • New Orleans,Louisiana – The Majority-Black City Council Voted To Take Down Statues Commemorating The Civil War
  • Hundreds Of US Cities Held Rallies, And The Demonstrations Which Started In Australia And Asia Also Spread To South America
  • U.S. Defense Secretary Met With Qatar Defense Minister In Doha